Rochester Arrests and Warrants

Lookup Arrest Reports, Warrants and Jail Inmates in the City of Rochester, Minnesota. Results Include: Arrests, Warrant Search, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Inmate, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Public Records.

The Rochester Police Department is responsible for maintaining law and order, through working with the public the department has been able to improve the quality of life in the community.

The Rochester Police Department conducts all its operations through the Investigations, Patrol, Specialty Units and Services Divisions.  Each division plays an important role in contributing to the operations of the Department. They are further subdivided into:

Patrol:

  • Police Training Officers
  • K9
  • Special Enforcement
  • Community Service Officers
  • Community Action Team
  • Animal Control
  • Parking Control

Investigations:

  • The Criminal Intelligence Unit
  • The Narcotics Unit
  • The School Liaison Unit
  • The Street Crimes Unit

Services:

  • Staff Development/Training
  • Fleet Maintenance
  • Records Division
  • Evidence Division
  • Planning/Technology
  • Communications Center
  • Crime Prevention

Specialty Units:

  • Emergency Response Unit (ERU)
  • Forensic Mapping Unit (FMU)
  • Crime Scene Unit
  • Crisis Intervention Team
  • Honor Guard
  • Prolific Offender Unit
  • DWI Enforcement

The Rochester Police Department is headed by Chief Roger L. Peterson, he was appointed as the chief of police on July 1, 1998 after serving as the  Deputy Chief of Operations. He started working with the Rochester Police Department in 1981.  Below are members of the department’s administration:

  • Roger Peterson, Chief of Police
  • Casey Moilanen, Captain, Patrol
  • John Sherwin, Captain, Investigations
  • Tim Heroff, Captain, Services
  • Craig Anderson, Lieutenant, Staff Development
  • Scott Davis, Lieutenant, Special Enforcement
  • Rob Miller, Sergeant, Parking
  • Paul Wilson, Sergeant, Narcotics
  • Jennifer Hodgman, Sergeant, School Liaison
  • Gary Mulleneaux, Communications Manager
  • Scott Kerrins, Records Supervisor
  • Darrel Hildebrant, Crime Prevention Specialist

To check if you have an outstanding warrant visit Olmsted County / City of Rochester Law Enforcement. In Rochester, the overall crime rate is 18% lower than the national average, with 6.92 crimes occurring daily in every 100,000 residents. In the city one has a 1 in 40 chance of being a victim of crime. The average year over year crimes in Rochester has decreased by 4%, making the city safer than 48% of the cities in the United States.

Below is the physical address of the Rochester Police Department:

101 4th Street SE

Rochester, MN 55904

Phone number:

507-328-6800